PARTICIPATION: A combined perspective on the concept from the fields of informatics and music and health
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Original versionI: Music, Health, Technology and Design, s. 157–185
Words and concepts are interpreted differently in different fields. In this article, Stensæth, together with Harald Holone and Jo Herstad, takes an interdisciplinary stance to elaborate upon the central project notion of participation. They address the following research questions: How is participation described in the disciplines of informatics and music and health, and what does participation imply in the RHYME project? To promote some common ground here, they also ask the following: How does the focus on user participation in the RHYME prototype evaluations differ for informatics researchers and for health and music researchers, and with regard to participation, what can the fields of music and health and informatics learn from one another? The last part of this article derives directly from empirical data generated through RHYME, and in the concluding discussion we will suggest future possibilities for exchange between informatics and the field of music and health.
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